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New York Times, Saturday, June 8, 2019

Part of Michelangelo's "David" once maliciously broken with a hammer

Author:
Andrew J. Ries
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This puzzle:

Rows: 15, Columns: 15 Words: 70, Blocks: 34 Missing: {JQ} Spans: 3 This is puzzle # 24 for Mr. Ries.
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© 2019, The New York Times6/8/19 ( No. 25,414 )
Across
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Tech's character set : ASCII
6
City on a gulf of the same name : ADEN
10
Blow : MUFF
14
Tip, say : THANK
15
___ war (conflict unlikely to hurt anyone) : NERF
16
Letters on a crucifix : INRI
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Oxymoronic break : WORKINGVACATION
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Love lines? : ODE
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Passes (out) : DOLES
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It's a gas : OZONE
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Had more than one could handle : ODED
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Sleepy still? : CEL
26
Brief flashes : GLINTS
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Slacker's opposite : DYNAMO
29
Stick in the dugout : OAR
31
Abbr. after U.S.M.C., maybe : RET
32
Was patronizing, in a way : MANSPLAINED
36
Room backstage at a playhouse : COSTUMESHOP
37
Step-by-step instructions? : DANCELESSON
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Bit of fudge? : FIB
39
Pleasant forecast : SUN
40
Palynologists study them : SPORES
44
Bit of fishing equipment : EELPOT
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Part of Michelangelo's "David" once maliciously broken with a hammer : TOE
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Send a revealing image, say : SEXT
50
Stock holding : STEER
51
Green film character : SHREK
53
Chance to take stock, for short : IPO
54
Coinage of 2000 : SACAGAWEADOLLAR
57
Risk territory bordering Ukraine and Afghanistan : URAL
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Quash : HALT
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Star of "North Dallas Forty," 1979 : NOLTE
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Public firing? : PYRE
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Having the resources : ABLE
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Wide gap : ABYSS
Down
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"The Handmaid's Tale" novelist : ATWOOD
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Poorly crafted : SHODDY
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Proceed wildly : CAREEN
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Newspaper coverage : INK
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"Just playing" : IKID
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Cinematographer's consideration : ANGLE
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Long gestation for a film, informally : DEVELOPMENTHELL
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They often start with elections : ERAS
9
Rams home, for short : NFC
10
Actress/singer Gaynor : MITZI
11
Local leader : UNIONREP
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Led : FRONTED
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Descriptor for a police force : FINEST
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Plea bargain component : NOCONTEST
19
Sister company of Yahoo : AOL
24
One of the Wayans brothers : DAMON
26
Nursery bagful : GRASSSEED
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Foreign language dictionary abbr. : MASC
30
Porters may be found near them : ALES
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___ Sea, body of water between Borneo and the Philippines : SULU
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Rabbit's favorite chain restaurant? : IHOP
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List from an etiquette expert : NONOS
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Symbol of San Francisco : CABLECAR
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Like some laws : DIETARY
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Finally admit, say : FESSUP
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Ignatius J. ___, protagonist in "A Confederacy of Dunces" : REILLY
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Many Lost Generation poets, briefly : EXPATS
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Puts away : STORES
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Norman Vincent ___, best-selling motivational writer : PEALE
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Web address ender : ORG
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Keynote : ORATE
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Tar : SWAB
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High-quality coffee variety : KONA
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___ moment : AHA
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Easy pitch : LOB

Answer summary: 4 unique to this puzzle.

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